Writing instruments is expected to see a sales recovery in 2021, following decline in 2020. Remoted learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic negatively affected demand for pens and pencils as pupils wrote less as they used their laptops or computers when learning at home in 2020. The return to in-school education is set to drive the recovery of writing instruments in 2021; however, it is unlikely that the pandemic will be over in the year and, as a result, writing instruments will not achieve the s...
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Product coverage: Colouring, Markers and Highlighters, Pencils, Pens, Writing Accessories.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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